Elizabeth Cook has been named co-anchor for the 11pm news on KPIX 5, effective immediately. She will also co-anchor the Monday-through-Friday 5 and 6 p.m. newscasts with Allen Martin, as well as the 10 p.m. news on sister station KBCW (The CW 44/Cable 12) with Ken Bastida.
KPIX-TV will present a live primetime special, “A Super Night on the New Bay Bridge,” on Sunday night immediately following Super Bowl XLVII and a special post-game episode of the CBS hit drama “Elementary.”
CBS 5 sportscasters Dennis O’Donnell and Vern Glenn will be webcasting live Monday through Friday nights from 7:30 to 8 p.m. from the hottest sights in New Orleans on cbsSF.com.
Ben Williams, a retired KPIX-TV staffer who was one of the first African-American television reporters in the nation, has died at the age of 85.
Emmy Award-winning anchor Dana King has announced that she will be leaving CBS 5 as of Friday, Dec. 7 after 15 years with the station and 25 years in television news in order to pursue her art career.
You can help fight hunger now. Join CBS 5 and Whole Foods Market as we help feed hungry families this holiday season.
A photojournalist for CBS 5 San Francisco was beaten and robbed of his camera by a group of young men in Oakland following a live newscast report Wednesday.
The effects of President Barack Obama’s falter in the first debate with Mitt Romney are not just being felt in battleground states, according to KPIX-TV CBS 5’s latest tracking poll of California which shows Romney slicing eight points off Obama’s lead.
If the election for President of the United States were held today, Barack Obama would defeat Mitt Romney and cement California’s 55 electoral college votes into the Democratic column, according to a newly released KPIX-TV CBS 5 poll of likely voters.